With NCAA March Madness back, the NBA season in full swing and shows like HBO’s Winning Time hitting the screen, basketball is officially in the air. If all that has got you fired up, you can get more than your head in the game with these impressive residential basketball amenities.
No matter who they’re rooting for, ballers will appreciate these tricked-out indoor and outdoor courts available at individual homes and luxury apartment buildings around the country. Featuring touches like custom logos or contemporary design elements, these courts will make anyone feel like a pro.
From an oceanfront court in Hawaii with stadium-style seating and lighting to custom-designed outdoor courts in New Jersey and beyond, here are 12 places where you can show everyone who’s got game.
Somma Estate in Los Angeles
A true trophy estate in Bel-Air, Somma Estate is on the market for $78 million and appeals to a range of interests, from oenophiles to movie buffs to sports lovers. The modern Spanish-style villa has an full-size indoor basketball court that opens directly into the auto gallery and also features a large screen so you can watch basketball games in real time for inspiration. Ultra-high coffered ceilings with recessed lighting and black walls provide a chic environment to shoot hoops.
17528 Jayden Lane in Encino, California
Nestled within the prestigious private neighborhood Amestoy Estates, this property at 17528 Jayden Lane is built for entertaining. Not only does the outdoor area feature a 15-seater bar area (complete with an al fresco kitchen, grill and two flat screens), a large pool and a spacious deck, but just off the guest cottage there’s a full-size private basketball court. It’s perfect for morning workouts followed by cooling off in the pool.
Chateau De Lumiere in Great Falls, Virginia
23035 North Church Road in Scottsdale, Arizona
63 Duck Pond Lane in Southampton, New York
Waterline Square in New York City
Wymara Villa 5105 in Turks & Caicos
Water Falling Estate in Hawaii
With seating for 450 spectators, there are few properties whose basketball court rivals that of Water Falling Estate on the Big Island in Hawaii. You can host games day or night as the court features stadium-style lighting, too. No matter the outcome, there can’t be losers as each player is rewarded with sublime views of the ocean. Just steps from the court, which can also act as a tennis court, is a cliff with two waterfalls that cascade into the ocean (hence the home’s name). The active set will also appreciate the waterslide and the Olympic-size pool with three lanes and a three-meter Duraflex Olympic-style springboard.
32 West 76th in New York City
50 Laura Drive in Cedar Grove, New Jersey
The Brooklyn Tower in Brooklyn, New York
1047 North Bundy, Los Angeles
While this $44 million mansion is not currently up for sale, it’s worth keeping an eye on listings to see if it ever comes back on the market—especially if you’re a Lakers fan. Set on a secluded, 1.2-acre plot in Brentwood, with views of the nearby Getty Museum, the home has such sport-related amenities as an “all-sports simulator room”, where you can virtually play games such as golf at courses around the world, plus a “fun cave” that features a video wall with nine TVs. But the showstopper is the half-basketball court, which is inspired by Kobe Bryant and prominently features his purple-and-gold Lakers jersey colors and his jersey number, 24. Other big-name stars of the sport are emblazoned on the borders, including Shaquille O’Neal, Michael Jordan, LeBron James and more. Since it’s on a floating deck, athletes can take in views of the whole city while they shoot hoops.